Crossroads Center students make a difference – one tree at a time

SpotlightUnder the direction of Aaron Harker, a science teacher at Crossroads Center, several students participated in the Baltimore County Public Schools’ forest restoration project on Friday, October 8.

The students planted a record 55 native trees at Cox’s Point Park. Their efforts helped to restore the park’s natural environment and create a buffer zone that will keep pollutants from entering Back River.

Staff involved said the students showed great leadership, cooperation, and communication skills.

Story by Sue Cosgrove, Good News Ambassador and itinerant resource teacher, Crossroads Center. Photo courtesy of Crossroads Center.
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